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New Hampshire Cancelled Ski Areas
Sunday Mountain Ski Area
Orford, New Hampshire
Proposed in the 1960s
Sunday Mountain Ski Area location map Overview
Located just north of Route 25A in the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire, Sunday Mountain is a 1,823 foot tall peak.

Circa 1967, Sunday Mountain ski area was advertised. According to listings, the area featured 6 trails of all abilities, served by a T-Bar lift. No further information is known. There is no record of the ski area actually being constructed. Up to a 1,120 foot vertical drop could have been obtained, had a ski area been constructed on the mountain.

Sunday Mountain as seen from Mt. Cube (2014)
Sunday Mountain as seen from Mt. Cube (2014)

Sunday Mountain topographic map
Sunday Mountain topographic map

Today
Sunday Mountain is a wooded peak surrounded by homes and pastures. The Cross Rivendell hiking trail passes over the mountain.

Quotes
" Sunday Mountain
T-Bar, 6 trails, glade, Novice-Intermediate-Expert, Packer, Ski School, Ski Patrol
"
1968 Eastern Ski Map


Resources
  • Sunday Mountain - FranklinSites.com Hiking Guide

  • Last updated: June 10, 2017
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